Just recently, the ope/batt light on the front of the unit won't go out when I turn it off. The display clears the tuned station numbers, and the music ends, but the light stays on. Please let me know of any thoughts you have as to what's wrong here and any possible fix? Thank you!!
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Before turning the unit on, press the calib/batt button to check the battery condition.
The Fender AG6 only responds when the strings pitch is within a certain frequency range. If the guitars tuning is not within that range or if your installing new strings, first connect the guitar to the AG6 with a cord that you know to be in good working condition and turn the AG6 on. Then starting with the low E string (the thickest one), loosen the tuning peg to a point well below the standard tuning for that string. Then slowly tighten the peg as you strike the string repeatedly. When the strings frequency, comes within range you will see the 6E light glow and the needle will begin to deflect. When the needle reaches zero it is in tune. Do the remainder of the strings the same way then go back and recheck each a second time. If you have a tuning fork, you can use it to tune by ear then re-tune and maintain it with the AG6
Remember to always stretch then re-tune new strings several times.
If the AG6 does not respond even after checking the condition of the battery and the cord that connects the guitar to the tuner, the problem could be inside the AG6 with a bad connection on the board. Try moving the cord as you strike a string that you know is close to being in tune. Again a tuning fork would be helpful.
When you try to start it do the lights dim way low, have you been able to start it with a jump from another vehicle, unfortunately, chances are the starter needs to be replaced. How many miles does it have?
Just thought I should chime in here. I also own a 1994 Firebird V6 that I've been doing a ton of work and research on..I would strongly suggest retriving the code that your SES light is trying to alert you about before you clear it. You can clear all codes by just disconnecting your negitive battery terminal for about 5 minutes then reconnecting it. It can also be done by just pulling you PCM BATT fuse for 5 minutes. BUT...the light will just come back on if it's a problem that still exsists and is ongoing. BTW...my maintenence manuals for this car says to disconnect the battery (or pulling the PCM BATT fuse) like this before doing any maintenence on the ignition, fuel, air intake, vacuum, secondary A.I.R. system, and/or any tune-up work, etc. When you're done, reconnect the battery. Hope this helps.
Victor, are you sure you're getting gas to the burners after installing the new tank? You can try match lighting them to make sure. But, I suspect, that it's the installation of the new tank, that's causing the problem.
To test my theory, tune the tank valve OFF and disconnect the hose from the tank. Wait 5 minutes and reconnect the hose to the tank. Ope the tank valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow). Once the valve is fully open, try lighting the burner that's farthest from the tank first and turn it to high. Did the burner light and does the flame height look correct? If so, light the remaining 3 main burners the same way. Did those burners light and the flame heights looks correct? If, so you solved the problem. Remember to always turn the tank valve ON VERY, VERY SLOWLY.
Hope this helped you solve the problem. Happy Grilling.
Before turning the unit on, press and hold down the calib/batt switch to check the condition of the battery on the battery meter.
Then either plug in your electric guitar to the input side of the AG-6 or if tuning an acoustic guitar without electronics placing the AG-6 near the front of the guitar should work. You will not need to press a button to select which string you are about to tune. The AG-6 will detect it and the corresponding light will turn on when it is tuned within range.
Turn on the AG-6 and start by striking the low E (thickest) string while open. This is the number 6 string or 6E. Slowly turn the guitars low E tuning key untill the red LED below the 6E marking on the AG-6 lights up. Continue stricking the open string and turning the key untill the needle centers on zero and the 6E light remains on.
Repeat this for the open A string untill the 5A light turns on and the needle centers on zero.
Repeat for the remaining four strings, 4D 3G 2B and 1E, being careful not to over tighten and break them.
Tip: It may be a good idea once the low E string is tuned, to tune the rest manually, especially new strings or strings way out of tune. Then tune again using the AG-6 tuner.
If installing fresh strings you will probably need to stretch each string and re-tune, possibly several times, before they hold their tuning.
1. buy some transfer compound
2. replace the fan and heatsink over the compud do not spread compound with finger.
3. Reset the unit by takeing out the battery and unplugging it from AC source then after a few min. plug everything back in.
4. if that does not work you may have a overheated cpu and this would need to be repaired at this point seeing that the compd was melted off.
Antenna and two-piece antenna cable or electric antenna
Radio speakers mounting/speaker cones
Capacitive suppression bond wire and radio receiver hood bonding strap
Central junction box (CJB) fuse:
Audio Unit Self-Diagnostic Mode NOTE: To enter the speaker walk-around test or audio unit self-diagnostic mode, the audio unit must be turned on and in radio tuner mode (AM/FM).
To enter the following tests, depress the desired preset button while in the speaker walk-around test or while in the audio unit self-diagnostic mode.
To exit the audio unit self-diagnostic mode, turn the ignition switch or the audio unit off.
If the concern remains and the fault is not detected, proceed to the Symptom Chart to continue diagnostics.
The audio unit self-diagnostic mode has five tests available:
Preset button 1 = Audio internal/external SELF TEST. This test is an on-demand self-test. If SELF FAIL is displayed, press TUNE > to scroll view the DTCs stored. Refer to the audio unit Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Index. If the system is OK, SELF PASS will be displayed.
Preset button 2 = View/clear continuous DTCs. NO DTCS is displayed if no DTCs are retrieved. If DTCS FOUND is displayed, press TUNE > to view the DTCs retrieved. Refer to the audio unit Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Index. To clear all DTCs, press the EJECT button. DTCS CLEAR will be displayed.
Preset button 3 = SIGNAL TEST. This test measures the average strength at the current tuner setting.
NOTE: Always DOCUMENT, CLEAR and CARRY OUT the audio unit on-demand self-test again. Preset button 4 = Software configuration level. This test queries each audio unit system controller for its software configuration level. SOFT LEVELS will be displayed upon completion of the query. Press TUNE > to scroll view the software configuration version level.
Preset button 5 = DISPLAY TEST. This test will light all the audio unit display segments for five seconds. When the test is complete, DISPLAY TEST is displayed on the bezel.
I have the same problem (phone shows no connection to power supply), and it occurs on two new 993 units I recently purchased. When I finally reached an AT&T rep I was told that they would not help me because my service is with Comcast, not AT&T! I was told to go back to the store where I bought them, a useless suggestion. Unfortnately, in this mode, my units cut out in mid conservations, rendering the units essentially useless.